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2008/2009 - Results, Scorers

2008/2009



DATE


OPPONENTS


H/A


COMPETITION


RESULT


SCORER/s

Sat 9th Aug

Thurrock

A

Blue Square South

1-0

Luke Byles

Tue 12th Aug

Newport County

H

Blue Square South

3-2

Own goal, Anthony Riviere, Matt Groves

Sat 16th Aug

Fisher Athletic

H

Blue Square South

3-0

James Baker, Peter Adeniyi, Anthony Riviere

Sat 23rd Aug

Bromley

A

Blue Square South

1-5

Matt Groves

Mon 25th Aug

Bognor Regis

H

Blue Square South

2-1

James Baker, Tony Taggart

Sat 30th Aug

St. Albans City

A

Blue Square South

5-0

-----

Mon 1st Sep

Weston-Super-Mare

A

Blue Square South

1-1

James Baker
Sat 6th Sep

Braintree Town

H

Blue Square South

2-1

Jamie Brown, Anthony Riviere

Tue 9th Sep

Weston-Super-Mare

H

Setanta Shield

5-4
(4-4 AET)

Matt Groves, Adam Roberts 2, Tony Taggart
Eastleigh win 5-4 on penalties

Sat 13th Sep

Welling United

H

Blue Square South

4-2

Matt Bodkin 2, Matt Groves

Sat 20th Sep

Bath City

A

Blue Square South

1-1

Jamie Brown

Sat 27th Sep

Farnborough

H

FA Cup 2nd Qualifying Round

1-0

Anthony Riviere

Wed 1st Oct

Fleet Spurs

H

Hampshire Senior Cup

7-0

Andy Forbes 3, James Baker 2, Joe Maxwell, O.G

Sat 4th Oct

Chelmsford City

A

Blue Square South

0-3

-----

Tue 7th Oct

Havant & Waterlooville

H

Setanta Shield

2-3

James Baker, Matt Bodkin

Sat 11th Oct

Burgess Hill Town

A

FA Cup 3rd Qualifying Round

1-2

Tony Taggart
Sat 18th Oct

Hayes & Yeading

H

Blue Square South

3-3

Anthony Riviere, Jamie Brown 2

Tue 21st Oct

Dorchester Town

H

Blue Square South

0-1

-----

Tue 28th Oct

Totton & Eling

A

Hampshire Senior Cup

6-0

Joe Maxwell 2, Peter Adeniyi, Tony Taggart, Anthony Riviere, Andy Forbes

Sat 1st Nov

Hampton & Richmond

H

Blue Square South

2-1

Tony Taggart, Tom Jordan

Sat 8th Nov

Welling United

A

Blue Square South

3-2

Andy Forbes 2

Sat 15th Nov

Maidenhead United

A

Blue Square South

4-1

Andy Forbes 2, Peter Adeniyi, Tony Taggart

Sat 22nd Nov

Bashley

H

FA Challenge Trophy 3rd Qualifying Round

0-2

-----

Tue 25th Nov

Team Bath

A

Blue Square South

3-1

Matt Groves, Tony Taggart, Peter Adeniyi

Sat 29th Nov

Havant & Waterlooville

H

Blue Square South

2-0

Anthony Riviere, Matt Bodkin

Tue 2nd Dec

AFC Wimbledon

A

Blue Square South

2-0

Andy Harris, Tony Taggart (pen)

Sat 6th Dec

Hayes & Yeading

A

Blue Square South

1-0

Tom Jordan

Sat 20th Dec

Thurrock

H
Blue Square South

1-1

Matt Groves

Fri 26th Dec

Basingstoke Town

A

Blue Square South

0-1

-----

Thu 1st Jan

Basingstoke Town

H

Blue Square South

1-0

Andy Forbes

Sat 17th Jan

Braintree Town

A

Blue Square South

1-1

Tom Jordan

Sat 24th Jan

Team Bath

H

Blue Square South

1-3

Jonny Dixon

Tue 27th Jan

Bath City

H

Blue Square South

2-0

Tom Jordan, Aaron Martin

Sat 31st Jan

Dorchester Town

A

Blue Square South

4-0

Anthony Riviere, Aaron Martin, Tom Jordan, Matt Groves

Sat 7th Feb

Chelmsford City

H

Blue Square South

2-1

Anthony Riviere, Jamie Brown

Thu 12th Feb
Andover

A

Hampshire Senior Cup 1/4 Final

1-2

Peter Adeniyi

Wed 18th Feb

Fisher Athletic

A

Blue Square South

2-1

Jonny Dixon, Tony Taggart

Sat 21st Feb
Bishop’s Stortford

H

Blue Square South

1-1

Brett Williams

Wed 25th Feb

Newport County

A

Blue Square South

1-0

Ashley Carew

Sat 28th Feb

Maidenhead United

H

Blue Square South

0-0

-----

Sat 7th Mar

Hampton & Richmond

A

Blue Square South

1-2

Matt Groves

Tue 10th Mar

Fleet Town

A

Hampshire Senior Cup Semi Final

0-2

-----

Sat 14th Mar

Weston-Super-Mare

H

Blue Square South

1-0

Tony Taggart

Sat 21st Mar

Worcester City

A

Blue Square South

1-0

Tony Taggart

Sat 28th Mar

AFC Wimbledon

H

Blue Square South

2-1

Tom Jordan, Jonny Dixon

Tue 31st Mar

St. Albans City

H

Blue Square South

3-0

Jonny Dixon, Jamie Brown, Tony Taggart

Sat 4th Apr

Bishop’s Stortford

A

Blue Square South

4-3

Jonny Dixon, Tony Taggart, Aaron Martin, Brett Williams

Fri 10th Apr

Bromley

H

Blue Square South

1-0

Tony Taggart

Mon 13th Apr

Bognor Regis Town

A

Blue Square South

0-1

-----

Sat 18th Apr

Worcester City

H

Blue Square South

1-0

Ashley Carew

Sat 25th Apr

Havant & Waterlooville

A

Blue Square South

2-2

Ashley Carew, Matt Groves


Play off Semi-Final 1st Leg - Tuesday 28th April 2009 Hayes & Yeading United v Eastleigh - 4-2 win, Brett Williams 2, Tony Taggart, Anthony Riviere. 
 
Play off Semi-Final 2nd Leg - Saturday 2nd May 2009 Eastleigh v Hayes & Yeading United - 4-0 defeat, 4-6 on aggregate to Hayes & Yeading United.

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